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Businessmen Make Plans to Make Part of Downtown Austin More Green

Businessmen Make Plans to Make Part of Downtown Austin More Green

Jack Purcell, Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under Art, Arts, Community News, Environment, Showcase

Two Austin businessmen have donated $5 million to the revitalization of Waller Creek as part of an effort to turn the urban waterway into a major park destination. Real estate magnate Nate Paul, founder and CEO of World Class Capital Group LLC, and tech investor Brian Sheth, co-founder and president of ...

Be More Chill – Underrated and Iconic

Be More Chill – Underrated and Iconic

Zack Catuogno, Local Musical Loser

May 1, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Environment

In the last few years musicals have been making a comeback, with the premiere of Hamilton : An American Musical, by Lin Manuel Miranda, and more recently Dear Evan Hansen by Benj Pasek. Both have sparked more interest in musicals in the younger demographic and brings attention to some of the older shows,...

Austin Bats

Austin Bats

Erith Won, Reporter

April 15, 2018


Filed under Community News, Entertainment, Environment, Events, Showcase

Almost every evening between March and November, thousands of bats fly through the Austin skies in search of food. You can take a boat tour to see them on the Lady Bird Lake. You can check out my article about bats Bat Safety ...

How to Grow Green Beans

How to Grow Green Beans

Sharanya Karanam, Reporter

April 15, 2018


Filed under Environment, Wellness

The first step to growing green beans is to find the perfect ones to plant. There are two types of green beans: the bush and the pole green beans. Bush green beans grow to the side like a bush and pole green beans grow up and one on a pole. I will be talking about growing pole beans since they are...

Plastic is Killing our World

Plastic is Killing our World

Ariel Sun, Reporter

April 13, 2018


Filed under Environment

Bat Safety

Bat Safety

Erith Won, Reporter

April 9, 2018


Filed under Community News, Environment, Showcase

  Every single year, thousands of Mexican Free-tailed bats fly from underneath the Congress Avenue Bridge for their late night snack. The bats wake up from their 4-month long hibernation in March. In the evening, as long as the weather permits, the Mexican Free-tailed bats go out to feed themselves....

Britain Proposing Ivory Ban

Britain Proposing Ivory Ban

Keana Saberi, Reporter

April 6, 2018


Filed under Environment, Showcase, World News

In the first few days of April, The United Kingdom introduced the Ivory Ban legislation, a proposed ban on Ivory sales that the government has newly surfaced. British Environment Secretary Michael Gove talked in a new press release that this ban will certainly aid the dying Elephant Species and that...

Spring is Here!

Spring is Here!

Ariel Sun, Reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under Environment, Just For Fun